Has the "Desperate Housewives" TV program "jumped the shark"?
It has always been stupid, but at least it had bite. Now it is just stupid.
Maybe they did with that business of skipping ahead five years (although, I suppose, there's always the chance they weren't "jumping the shark" and were, instead, just trying to add story lines after being on a few years.
I watch it if I'm around, but I think it's always been pretty stupid. It's harmless, though, so I leave it on. I kind of think the only reason it may look more stupid now is they've have a lot more time to "build up" stupid story lines/situations and look worse than they did when they didn't have as much history.
by Deborah-Diane 7 years ago
How many episodes are left of the television show, "Desperate Housewives?"Does anyone know how many more shows are left of "Desperate Housewives?" I know this is the last season, but I wonder how many more episodes they will be showing.
by lovelydog 7 years ago
Desperate Housewives: is this the final season of desperate housewives?
by lovelydog 7 years ago
Desperate Housewives: which desperate housewives character are you?
by dabeaner 9 years ago
My turn to ask a stupid question. Why didn't Bree in "Desperate Housewives" like Orson anymore...Why didn't Bree in "Desperate Housewives" like Orson anymore and hooked up with Carl?
by Joyfreak 7 years ago
So, this is it - the final season of Desperate Housewives. What is your opinion? Will Bree stay with Orson, are Julie and Porter going to keep the baby, will Tom get back to Lynette?
by cgr80 9 years ago
Do you think "The Office" has jumped the shark?In my opinion, weddings and/or babies on comedy sitcoms mean that the writers are running out of ideas and the end is near.
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